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Let Science Lead You to Spirit

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Inside the movie

Heartland Healing

What’s In Your Food?

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Hardy’s one-man “A Christmas Carol” highlights Dickens-themed literary festival

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Yesterday’s past tomorrow

Lettuce420-2 Lettuce Alone

Four or five times a week, our evening meal will be some variation of a large salad. The garnish may go from a grass-fed burger or filet to sardines or maybe hardboiled eggs. But always the bed of the salad is a mixture of greens with avocado and tomato and various raw veggies. And, True Confessions time, we’ve been buying those packaged organic lettuce mixes for a few years now. We like the variety those blends...

Over The Edge

Mahalogo2015 Where Does Maha Go from Here?

Oh my, how far the Maha Music Festival has come. 

Few remember its inauspicious beginnings in 2009 at Lewis & Clark Landing, because few were there. The day featured has-been emo act Dashboard Confessional and where-are-they-now casino fodder Big Head Todd. From an indie music perspective, the festival's biggest moments came early in the afternoon when Appleseed Cast and Little Brazil played to fewer than 300...

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<p>The future metropolis will fly.</p> The city of the air

One of science fiction's greatest fantasies, the floating city, will soon be a reality. Thanks to a process that pulls millions of tons of helium from the moon's surface, it will soon be quite inexpensive to build massive floating structures, starting with dirigibles, moving on to temporary event venues in the sky (sky weddings will be especially popular), later hotels, and culminating in an actual city built in the...

Heartland Healing

2015.08.04 university of 60s music sized-2 Everything You Need to Know is in ‘60s Music

I was convinced that the 1960s and ‘70s, my teen and young adult years, had to be the quintessential decade of change, a quantum leap in social and human consciousness unseen in history. But then I figured every generation must think that their decade of early adulthood was the most creative and enlightened of all time. I cast my thoughts back to what I knew of the 1920s, the Paris and New York centers of...

Doctor Mysterian

<p>From many, one.</p> Our multilingual future

The era of English is coming to an end. Within 10 years, one in five Americans will speak Spanish as their first language. Within 25 years, several states will have more Spanish speakers than English speakers, and one in 10 Americans will speak Chinese as their primary language. Within 100 years, there will be 40 languages officially recognized as American languages. English will absorn thousands of new words, as it...

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